Job Search & Careers
Thinking about a career change? Need to prepare for your job search? These resources will help you find the career and job that’s right for you!.
Access these resources using your WVML card.
Find video tutorials to help you learn software, creative, and business skills to achieve your personal and professional goals.
If you have already created an account, you can download the Lynda.com app through your device’s app store. Once downloaded, use the “Already a Lynda member?” button and sign in under the Organization tab. Use the app like you would the website, or download videos for offline viewing.
on the web
These recommended websites are free and easily accessible! All you need is an internet connection.
BC JobConnect is a customized online tool connecting job-ready newcomers to BC employers. It provides a platform for newcomer job seekers to showcase their skills, education and work experience and presents their profiles and résumés to BC employers looking for workers.
Canada's largest online source for municipal postings. Owned and operated by CivicInfo BC since 2008, CivicJobs.ca has a simple mission: to connect high quality candidates with Canadian local government employers.
This legal guide for people with disabilities working in BC was created by the Disability Alliance BC. It covers working with a disability, as well as deciding if and when to disclose an accommodation.
North Shore Community Resources and CityHive are teaming up again to launch the second cohort of the North Shore Young Citizens Forum (aka the Forum). This program aims to build young residents’ civic literacy, participation and leadership on the North Shore. The program will run virtually from October to December 2020 (usually on Thursday evenings). Visit the site for more information and to apply by September 20th, 2020.
New to Canada? Find out how to get accredited in your field. Check out the Employment Guides for detailed information by occupation.
The Skilled Immigrant InfoCentre is an online and in-person centre that helps immigrants to find the information they need to explore careers and begin their job search. All of the InfoCentre’s services and resources are no cost and offered by the staff at Vancouver Public Library (VPL).